M.Sc. Sustainable Production in Mechanical Engineering
In this Sustainable Production in Mechanical Engineering programme at LUT University, you will acquire skills and knowledge, required to reform the manufacturing industry and to increase its competitiveness through sustainable production design.
|Start Date:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||€10,000 per year|
During the Sustainable Production in Mechanical Engineering programme at LUT University, you will learn to see the possibilities and restrictions of sustainable production. You will develop skills, enabling you to participate in demanding global development tasks of product and production design. You will be able to analyse challenging production tasks also by using simulation software.
You will acquire skills in the most common manufacturing techniques and their future vision. You will be familiarised with both traditional manufacturing of metal constructions and modern production which utilises new fibre and composite based materials. Course topics will cover a wide range of production industry from food packaging to vehicle and civil industry.
All sessions of the programme will be available online. You will be able to participate in in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
Manufacturing engineers play important roles in delivering innovations that take our world forward.
You will acquire the knowledge and skills to work in different fields of the manufacturing industry, most typically in research, development, and innovation functions of mechanical engineering companies and equipment manufacturers.
Other prospective positions include overseeing the construction of new factories, systems or processes, the import and sales of machinery, and supervising, teaching and testing positions.
You may find placement in mechanical engineering, machine and device import, inspecting and testing industries, or education and research organisations. Graduates of this programme have found placement in companies like Outotec, UPM, Stora Enso, Metso, Wärtsilä, Kone, Konecranes, ABB, and VTT.
“The best part of my student experience at LUT was that I found many friends from different countries and cultures, and learned how to cooperate with them on several projects.”
Poorang Vosough // From Iran // LUT Alumnus